Malnutrition: An Underlying Cause of Diseases

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Malnutrition doesn’t only occur in parts of the world plagued with famine. In fact, urban elites living in cities also suffer from malnutrition, because of insufficient, excessive or imbalanced nutrient-intake. Diseases like diabetes, arthritis, heart disease and cancer are all on the rise, and nearly all their underlying causes are a result of today’s lifestyle – including malnutrition. Luckily, that’s… Read more »

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Nutrition – Surprising Sources of Protein

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Eat More Vegetarian Sources of Protein   While animal protein offers many advantages, too much of it may not be the best idea for those with PCOS because experts suspect that excess consumption of commercially produced meat could increase testosterone levels (although these observations have been made in association with infertility rather than PCOS itself). Including some beans, nuts, and… Read more »

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Post-Pregnancy Weight Loss Nutrition Plan

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Post pregnancy diet plan by best dietitian near you

Post-pregnancy weight loss Having a baby live in you is one of the most profound definitions of art in human form, nature is illustrated in the most dependent relationship between two life forms. What happens to the body after giving birth? Body usually changes during and after pregnancy. What happens to the body after giving birth? The hormones that are… Read more »

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Health Benefits, Uses, Nutrition & In Your Kitchen: Cinnamon

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In Your Kitchen: Cinnamon Cinnamon is more than just a fragrant and tasty spice. For a long time, our forefathers have used it as a treatment for various ailments. However, one of its most famous applications is its capacity to treat the all-too-common disorder diabetes. Cinnamon & Diabetes When it comes to blood sugar control, the hormone insulin plays a… Read more »

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Omega 6 to Omega 3: The Importance of this Ratio

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Importance of Omega 6 to Omega 3   Humans are unable to produce certain fatty acids in their bodies as a species. These are known as ‘essential fatty acids, and they must be supplied from our food. Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids are both important. They play a variety of structural and functional roles in the human body. Omega-3 fatty… Read more »

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7 Foods Proven to Uplift Your Mood

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5 Evidence-Based Weight Loss Facts

The concept of “comfort food” has been around for a while, but the scientific understanding of it is relatively new. Data from the last decade or two has shown that specific nutrients can reduce stress, release feel-good chemicals, and even help us relax. Here are a few illustrations. 1] Dark Chocolate Most of us have a strong suspicion that the… Read more »

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7 Myths about Multi-Vitamins and Minerals Supplements

Supplements and vitamins are more popular than they’ve ever been. But are they everything they claim to be? In this article, we debunk a slew of supplement myths and mineral misperceptions. Supplements are a nutritional convenience for Nutritional indiscipline. Eat right and you should be able to get the most from natural foods. Eat wrong it’s best to consult a… Read more »

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Healthy Foods to munch on while watching Sports

Top 10 Snacks for Athletes

Foods to munch on while watching Sports Ah, autumn! It’s that time of year when football fans congregate around the television to watch their favorite teams try to win (hopefully). It’s a time for getting together, going on emotional roller coasters, and, of course, eating! With football season just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about what football… Read more »

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How eating a Plant-based Diet can improve Metabolism & boost Immunity

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How eating a Plant-based Diet can improve Metabolism & boost Immunity   Many individuals have wondered if there are precautions they may take to be healthy as the coronavirus (COVID-19) has damaged communities throughout the world. COVID-19 and other viruses, bacteria, and infections can be prevented by taking precautions including wearing a mask, getting vaccinated, hand washing, avoiding ill people… Read more »

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